Parmelee Eastman, Job-Hunt’s Company Research Expert, is founder and president of EastSight Consulting and author of the KnowledgeIsPower blog on business research. Parmelee holds a B.A. from Wellesley College and an M.B.A. from the Harvard Business School.
Building on her education and experience in high technology business, Parmelee Eastman applies the research and analytical skills she perfected in 15 years as a business research executive, first as a vice president of Fuld & Company, and, since 2001, as president of EastSite to the issues that businesses and non-profits face today.
Parmelee speaks at national and international conferences on topics related to business research, from pricing strategies to competitive research, and has been quoted in numerous business publications.
EastSite helps provide more effective utilization of external information in internal decision-making processes. EastSight Consulting clients range from start-ups to Fortune 500 companies.
Prior to founding EastSight, Parmelee was the vice president of the global technology and communications practice at Fuld & Company and employed for 16 years at Digital Equipment Corporation. Parmelee can be reached at [email protected].
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